Unfriending Coworkers Could Get You In Legal Trouble

An employment attorney advises companies that bosses who unfriend their direct reports may unwittingly create evidence for workplace retaliation lawsuits.

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Hey, boss, maybe it wasn’t such a hot idea to accept a friend add from one of your direct reports, but unfriending them could cause you bigger legal problems.

So advises Margaret M. DiBianca, a lawyer with Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP, in Wilmington, Delaware.

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